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Ok, first post for me in this forum. I am a long time owner of FSUIPC, but haven't had a whole lot of need to use it much till now.

I just purchased the CH Products throttle quadrant and for the most part everything has gone smoothly in setting it up. I have successfully set up all the axis' using the Control Manager and calibrated them in FSUIPC.

The only thing that I can't seem to iron out is the throttle calibration. If I set them up to include reversers, I have a dead zone through about the first quarter to third of the lever travel.

I am pretty sure that I saw a post somewhere in the forums about this issue earlier when I was going through the initial setup, but I'll be dinged if I can't find it now. So I am sorry if I am bringing up a subject that has already been addressed.

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The only thing that I can't seem to iron out is the throttle calibration. If I set them up to include reversers, I have a dead zone through about the first quarter to third of the lever travel.

I think Bob "Sticky" Church has written all this up someplace. Try CMNote02.zip on http://www.stickworks.com, or visit http://www.ch-hangar.com.

Regards,

Pete

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